1. Upcoming Events
  1. November 6

    Whittier Park Work Party This park is in the heart of Fircrest near the headwaters to Leach Creek. The Habitat Stewards here are working on managing and restoring the urban forests that surround the recreation areas of the park. MUST PRE-REGISTER TO ATTEND!
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  2. November 10

    Monthly Board of Supervisors Meeting Our monthly Board of Supervisors meeting to update work accomplished and future plans. Open to the public.
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  3. November 20

    Dead Man's Pond Work Party Come help us restore this valuable habitat and community green space along the Puyallup Loop Trail! Must pre-register to attend.
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  4. November 30

    Soil Fertility with Cover Crops, Manures and Organic Amendments: Staying Balanced and Building Soil Health Meeting your crop nutrient goals with cover crops, manures and organic amendments while staying balanced can be tricky! Join us to walk through key concepts to help producers decide how much of a product to apply and how to develop a long-term plan that will can harness the fertility benefits of healthy soils managed with organic amendments.
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  1. December 8

    Monthly Board of Supervisors Meeting Our monthly Board of Supervisors meeting to update work accomplished and future plans. Open to the public.
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  2. December 11

    Bradley Lake Park Work Party Join the Bradley Lake Park Habitat Stewards in restoration of the west side of the park. Tasks include installing a thick layer of burlap bags and mulch to rot out non-native blackberry roots. Plantings will occur in Fall and Winter months in areas that have been prepped.
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  3. December 18

    Dead Man's Pond Work Party Come help us restore this valuable habitat and community green space along the Puyallup Loop Trail! Must pre-register to attend.
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  4. January 8

    Bradley Lake Park Work Party Join the Bradley Lake Park Habitat Stewards in restoration of the west side of the park. Tasks include installing a thick layer of burlap bags and mulch to rot out non-native blackberry roots. Plantings will occur in Fall and Winter months in areas that have been prepped.
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